Contrasts define the Veneto, from the majestic Dolomites, Lake Garda (Italy's largest lake), the rolling Euganean Hills, to the incredible, ancient cities of Verona, Vienice, and Padua. Visitors enjoy the Veneto's many resorts, museums, and breathtaking scenery. Though the Veneto is today a thriving wine exporter, textile producer, and agricultural center, its history is laden with much wealth from agriculture, commerce and the spoils of war.
venetian tourists... take a hint!
Venice is drowning... in tourists. Tourism officials don't want to stem the tide of tourists but, instead, educate them on modesty, politeness, common sense and to the fact that there is more to Venice than St. Marks's Square with 10 suggestions for a pleasant stay.
Imagine the Venetian gondolier a woman, the boat made by an American and the gondola itself without the traditional bowed shape.
carnevale chills: baby it's cold outside
Even through chattering teeth, travel writer Jacqueline Harmon Butler revels with the best of them at Carnevale di Venezia.
off the moldy path... to villas!
Disappointment with Padua leads author Jacqueline Harmon Butler to unforgettable discoveries along a lazy river.
the cuisine of veneto
Learn about the history of the Veneto cuisine and celebrate their heritage with an authentic meal in a tavola.
what do you know about veneto?
Match your wits with out travel editor & fellow readers to find out how much you really know about Veneto!
your experience in veneto
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